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Dubs Demolish Johns Creek: The Butchery on Peachtree TV

Senior linebacker Quinten Fields stands over the John’s Creek quarterback after a defensive stop

No matter the time, place, or opponent, the Dubs accomplish. While most students were eating their afternoon snack or chipping away at homework, the Warriors were handling business Wednesday evening at Kell High School. They handily beat their opponents the Johns Creek gladiators in a 58-14 blowout. The Quell at Corky Kell was a great time to be a North Atlanta football fan, full of pancake blocks, explosive breakaway runs, and big hits, no doubt the Dubs on Northside Drive left a lasting impression on the Georgia high school football scene in front of thousands on Peachtree TV.

“Our expectations haven’t changed and we’re still taking the season week-by-week as we’re still preparing for Charles Drew like we would have any other week. We have a great group of guys and I only expect improvement as the season progresses,” said Head Coach Jamie Aull

“We had a great team win, lots of chemistry early in the season, offense-defense-special teams, we all executed on a high level, at that point there was nothing Johns Creek could do,” said cornerback Dareus Malcolm Jr. (Offensive MVP)

“We take this win with a pinch of salt, we still have a lot of work to do, but this could be a great start to a historic season,” said defensive end Chase Linton (Defensive MVP)

“I think we did a good job, we were firing on all cylinders, offense was scoring, defense was making stops, we had a great game plan and we executed it well,” said quarterback Ian Reynolds

“It definitely gave us a confidence boost the way we handled business. We’re looking to go 10-0, the chemistry was there in only our first game,” said free safety Toby Adedoyin

“We did good, we just need to carry that energy throughout the whole season and play every game like we did on Wednesday,” said offensive guard Brandon Anderson

“58-14 wasn’t enough for us,” said left tackle Ben Diedrich, “We want to be the best team we can and nothing is stopping us from getting there.”

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